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Use of Activity Boxes with Young Children Who Are Blind, Deaf-Blind, or Have Severe Learning Disabilities and Visual Impairments — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: This article describes the use of activity boxes with young children in the United Kingdom who are blind, deaf-blind, or have severe learning disabilities and visual impairments. It then discusses the contribution such boxes make to the intellectual development of these children, particularly the development of voluntary hand function from the integration of the primitive grasp-and-release instincts shown by infants.


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